Hi there everyone! I hope you all had a good weekend and had a bit of time to be creative. I managed to do some baking, scrapping, socialising and relaxing. Even though the weather was wet and cold, I had a great time.
Today I'm back (as promised) with pics of my 'new' scraproom. I almost chickened out again! Lol!
WARNING: Photo heavy post ahead!!
I'll start with the before photos. This was the view from our lounge room taken towards my scrapping area, which used to be the dining room to the previous owners. Messy hey?
This was the view from the door to the kitchen looking towards my scrap space. When we move in 6 and half years ago, I used to have a lot less stuff. :) I bought the brown cubes for my scrappy stuff a few years ago and the white wardrobe which used to be in the baby room 18 years ago, held all my other hobby things (sewing, decoupage, fabric paint, jewelery making, etc).
This is DH starting to assemble all the new shelves. I was doing the unpacking and making space.
A pic of some of the new shelves in place.
Another view of my room. This part of the floor is raised by a step level and I now overlook the lounge room and can sit and scrap while DH is watching tv and still feel part of it. He likes it too. :)
A pic of my desk from the side. I've got drawers with all of the little items I might need in the shelves next to me and a great lamp shining straigt over my work. My Silhouette machine is now right next to me for when I need it and is in easy reach of my laptop. In the cubes in the front, I have containers with all my flowers, stamps, punches, etc. Most of my containers are labled but I haven't done them all yet.
A view from the door to the kitchen.
DH is going to get me a nice comfortable office chair next weekend to complete the picture. He is such a star. :)
I still have a few things up my sleeve to organise my room even better, but for now I'm happy with it. I am loving creating in there and have quite a few layouts to share but I'll leave that for another day. This post is already SO LONG! If you made it this far, you've done very well. I hope you can get an idea of where I create now. :)
Thanks for visiting and I hope you have a wonderful week.
Until next time.